According to Molly Beck of the Wisconsin State Journal:
“State Superintendent Tony Evers easily advanced through Tuesday’s primary election and will face former Beloit and Whitnall superintendent Lowell Holtz in the April 4 general election.
“Evers, seeking a third term as state superintendent, garnered about 69 percent of the votes counted as of late Tuesday night, well more than double what his opponents drew combined. Holtz received around 23 percent.
“Third candidate John Humphries, a former Dodgeville School District administrator, drew about 7 percent of the vote and was eliminated.”
Evers and Holtz have been invited to participate in a candidate forum at WASB Day at the Capitol on March 15.